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How Important is Google Analytics?

Monitor & Track Site Information Google Analytics is a digital marketing tool that businesses are often unaware of. It allows you to measure results from company websites, comparing the data to previous time periods, a simple way to monitor your sites traffic. Data It also shows you data from channels that are directing traffic to your website, including: SEO, PPC, Social Media, Referrals & Direct…

How Social Media Benefits Torquay Businesses

Facebook – How Can It Help Your Torquay Business To Grow? Facebook is often undermined when it comes to using it as a business tool. People’s perceptions are entirely wrong on the subject of marketing through using Facebook. There are over 1.19 Billion users currently with active profiles on Facebook and 88,000 Facebook users living…

10 ways Social Media can benefit your business!

92% of marketers in 2015 claimed that social media marketing was important for their business! This shows big potential for social media marketing to help increase sales, but often people are unsure of how to use social media and which one is best; such as Facebook, Twitter, Google plus etc. Lack of understanding on how…

Having a Social Media Presence is no longer an option

With the massive use of social media together with the change in search engine algorythms means that having a social media presence for your business is no longer an option.  Below are some convincing reasons why every small business should be using social media. Social media marketing increases awareness of your business “100% of business…

Your website is the cornerstone of your marketing and a vital tool in selling your services. Clear marketing combined with a new web design will benefit your business in increased online visitors and therefore increased enquiries and sales.

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